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Cam Robinson | Tackle

Team: Alabama Crimson Tide
Ht / Wt:  6'6' / 310

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The Ravens rank Alabama's Cam Robinson as the No. 1 OT on their board and are considering drafting him with their first-round pick, according to Walter Football's Charlie Campbell.
Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome has long loved Alabama prospects, and after losing starting right tackle Ricky Wagner to the Detroit Lions, he's in the market for a bookend across from left tackle of the future Ronnie Stanley. Newsome and company reportedly prefer Robinson to Wisconsin's Ryan Ramczyk and Utah's Garett Bolles. Mar 22 - 4:28 PM

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Alabama T Cam Robinson is visiting the Carolina Panthers on Monday.

Robinson is a busy man. Robinson was in Buffalo last week to meet with the Bills, and he'll next head to Jacksonville to confab with the Jaguars. All three teams -- the Panthers, Bills and Jaguars -- have needs along the offensive line. NFL Network analyst Daniel Jeremiah slotted Robinson to the Broncos at No. 20 overall in his latest mock draft. "He's not without faults on tape (he overextends too much and his balance is an issue at times) but he has outstanding size, length and power," Jeremiah wrote.
Mar 20 - 4:00 PM

Alabama T Cam Robinson told media members he has a visit scheduled with the Jaguars.

From what we can tell, Jaguars current left tackle Branden Albert has zero guaranteed money left on his contract after the recent trade from the Dolphins. The Jaguars will certainly look for a left tackle sooner than later, even if the Luke Joeckel draft pick and the previous signing of Kelvin Beachum. Robinson has a drive blockers mentality, but could wind up as an early second round selection.
Mar 15 - 11:28 AM

An anonymous NFL scout told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that Alabama T Cam Robinson is "very, very erratic."

He means on the field, but the sentiment stretches to off of it too. "Off the field is a little bit of a question mark, too," the scout said. The on-field evaluation has to do with struggles in pass protection and too many called penalties. The off-field bit has to do with a gun arrest roughly a year ago, the charges of which were eventually dropped. "There’s nothing he can’t do physically," another scout said. "I think someone like (Seattle’s) Tom Cable might say, ‘Hey, I can coach him up.’ They’ll buy into the upside aspect of it."
Mar 13 - 6:03 PM

NFL Media reporter Kimberly Jones notes that "by several accounts," Alabama T Cam Robinson performed well in interviews at the NFL Scouting Combine.

Several Alabama prospects turned in perplexing Combines, most notably Reuben Foster (who was excused on Friday following a confrontation with a hospital worker) and Jonathan Allen (who ran the 40-yard dash in five seconds). It looks like C-Rob did what he needed to do, though. One general manager told Jones that the 6-foot-6, 322-pounder was a "no doubt" first-round selection at this juncture. Robinson turned in a 40-yard dash time just .15 seconds slower than teammate Allen.
Mar 7 - 7:11 PM

Alabama T Cam Robinson said that he "definitely believe[s]" that he is the best tackle prospect in the 2017 NFL Draft pool.

Robinson might have the confidence that you would like to see out of a top pick, though the issue as to best tackle in the draft is far from settled. Ryan Ramczyk, Antonio Garcia and Garrett Bolles are also in that conversation. Whether the 6-foot-6, 322-pounder actually sticks at tackle is another question that remains to be answered. In his initial prospect rankings for 2017, NFL Network's Mike Mayock listed C-Rob as his No. 2 interior lineman -- rather than tackle -- in the class. Robinson will be meeting with the Broncos on Thursday night.
Mar 2 - 6:26 PM

Alabama T Cam Robinson arrived at the NFL Combine at 6-ffot-6 and 322 pounds, with 35 1/2 inch arms and 10 1/2 inch hands.

Robinson is a massive left tackle who possesses power at the position. He is in competition with Ryan Ramczyk, Antonio Garcia and Garett Bolles for the top prospect at the position. Robinson's athleticism has been seen on tape when getting in front of ball carriers as a blocker.
Mar 2 - 10:58 AM

In a Walter Football poll asking six NFL teams whether Alabama T Cam Robinson will slide into the late first-round, three said yes and three said no.

The three that answered in the affirmative are concerned that Robinson's "inconsistencies from his junior season could cause him to slide." They were also concerned that Robinson could slide due to off-the-field concerns, namely a gun arrest roughly a year ago (the charges were eventually dropped). On the other side of the debate, one team picking in the early teens didn't believe Robinson would be available when they got on the clock. A personnel director of a playoff team said: "For selfish reasons, I would love it if he did slide and was an option for us, but I just don't think it will happen." A director of college scouting for an AFC team picking in the top-20 said his team has a top-15 grade on Robinson as a Russell Okung- or Ryan Clady-type left tackle. "He is top 15 easily. Who else will go before? Bolles? Ramczyk? Not even close."
Feb 20 - 3:03 PM

NFL Network's Mike Mayock ranks Alabama's Cam Robinson as the No. 2 interior offensive lineman in the 2017 class.

This is the first time we have seen Robinson listed as an interior lineman and not a tackle. We have only seen Robinson play left tackle throughout his college career, so any other position is a complete projection. In terms of a round or pick prediction, Robinson's evaluation is very much in the air.
Feb 14 - 11:39 AM

ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. is of the belief that Alabama T Cam Robinson would best fit on the right side in the NFL.

"I think he'd be better as a right tackle in the NFL -- he's a better run-blocker than he is a pass-blocker -- but he's probably going to get a shot on the left side," Kiper writes. There have been consistent rumblings this offseason that the 6-foot-6, 323-pound Robinson might have to shift away from left tackle. Earlier this week, Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline wrote that on film, Robinson "looked stiff [and] displayed poor footwork." A shift is not a given, though, and there are some who believe that trying to move C-Rob away from left tackle could hamper his development.
Feb 11 - 7:15 PM

Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline believes that Alabama T Cam Robinson might have to slide inside to guard in the NFL.

Guard or right tackle. Writes Pauline, "Robinson looked dominant on film but he also looked stiff, displayed poor footwork and will have trouble protecting the edge on Sunday." An NFL source told Walter Football's Charlie Campbell in January that a move from left tackle could potentially cripple Robinson's development in the long run, though, so opinion still swings wildly on this one. On the whole, Pauline views Utah T Garrett Bolles as a better offensive line prospect than the 6-foot-6, 323-pound Robinson.
Feb 7 - 8:22 PM

Walter Football's Charlie Campbell received conflicting opinions from NFL team sources regarding the future position of Alabama T Cam Robinson.

Per Campbell, some evaluators "say they see Robinson as a late first-rounder who would be an ideal right tackle." One NFL source was vehemently against flipping the 6-foot-6, 323-pounder from the left side to the right side, though telling Campbell, it could hurt Robinson's development if he is asked to switch off from left tackle. A rock-solid bet for the first round, C-Rob could climb as high as the top 10 or find himself sliding into the 20's come this spring's draft.
Jan 24 - 2:22 PM

NFL Media draft analyst Bucky Brooks writes that Alabama T Cam Robinson "remains a work in progress as a pass protector."

While Brooks still sees Robinson needing improvement on pass plays, he doesn't think this will be a crippling demerit for his draft stock, noting that the 6-foot-6, 323-pounder "displays enough athleticism, balance and body control to develop into a potential blindside tackle in the near future." Brooks has little concern about Robinson's run-blocking prowess, at least, calling him a "big-bodied mauler with the strength and power to move defenders off the ball." The 2016 Outland Trophy winner could potentially land within the first 10 picks come this spring's draft.
Jan 17 - 5:29 PM

Alabama junior T Cam Robinson declared for the NFL Draft.

Robinson started for the Tide from the day he stepped on campus as a true freshman in 2014. The 6-foot-6, 323-pounder won the Outland Trophy (nation's best interior linemen) and the Jacobs Trophy (SEC's top blocker) this past season. His reputation exceeds his play at this point -- Pro Football Focus was a little down on his work in 2016 -- but the talent is very real. Robinson revealed Friday that he received a first-round grade from the NFL Advisory Committee. A top-10 possibility, Robinson's talent level, according to's Gil Brandt, is equal to or greater than that of Miami Dolphins first-round T Laremy Tunsil. Like Tunsil, Robinson has some character concerns. He was arrested in May on marijuana and weapon charges. The case was later dismissed.
Jan 13 - 1:39 PM

A scout told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that Alabama junior T Cam Robinson is "talented but he gets lazy."

Regarding Robinson's draft stock, another scout told MJS's Bob McGinn that "his issues are technical." Said that evaluator, "He is aggressive, big and physical, but he’ll whiff every now and then. All that can be corrected." The 6-foot-6, 323-pounder rebounded from a May arrest on marijuana and weapon charges to put in a 2016 campaign which ultimately netted him the Outland Trophy, awarded to the best interior lineman in the country.
Wed, Dec 21, 2016 03:26:00 PM